i could do without the meat, maybe, probably. But no fish, like salmon, would be worse. and anchovies on my pizza? Oh wait, no cheese? Never met a soy cheese I liked. I’d like to change my answer to Heck No.
My better half dabbled in veganism and couldn’t do it, and she loves all the animals. I understand the dairy industry, like all mass-farmed animals, is terrible for the animals, but I can have a cognitive dissonance that if it was ethically sourced that it isn’t really hurting the animal (I know this is ostrich in the sand naivety) I can enjoy dairy.
Yet when the staunch ones say you can’t eat honey… man, you have some lunatics on your hand. Don’t eat that tomato unless you are going to pass it in a field so the seeds can propagate like nature intended. Using a toilet after eating a fruit is practically genocide. (Sarcasm but I bet a non-zero number of people think this.)
My wife and I tried a (mostly) vegan diet for a few months, mainly as a result of a book named "Fiber Fueled by Will Bulsiewicz, MD, which is really a good read (and has some good recipes as well). But the huge increase in effort eventually moved us back to our omnivorous eating.